Here is a compilation of all of our free Whole30-related PDF guides. Download only the ones you need, or click on this special Zip file and get them all at once. Save these to your computer, print them for your fridge, and feel free to link to them on your own site or social media feed.
The official rules of the Whole30® Program, exactly as they appear on the website.
Time to hit the grocery store, health food market, or farmer’s market with The Whole30 shopping list.
A list of additives you might stumble across in your Whole30 shopping experience, and those which definitively rule the product out for your Whole30.
Use our meal template for a few weeks, until you are able to truly listen to the signals your body is sending you. These guidelines are a good starting place for meal timing and portion sizing–then it’s up to you to make adjustments based on hunger, energy, mood, and athletic performance.
Strategies for making the most of your healthy eating budget.
Buying vegetables and fruits in season ensures tastier, fresher, less expensive produce. Also includes recommendations for buying organic.
Sometimes, it’s good to shop the aisles! Use our guide to stock your pantry (and fridge) with healthy must-haves.
Practice your label-reading skills and learn to spot all the different ways companies sneak added sugar into their foods and beverages.
All those terms on the label can be confusing, but we take the guesswork out of buying good meat, seafood and eggs.
Navigating your way around any restaurant menu, start to finish.
Hit the road with your Good Food, and eat healthy while seeing the world by air, car, or foot.
Ready to ride your own bike? Treat yourself smart! Use this flow-chart to help guide your way around less-healthy foods and beverages.
Track all of the ways the Whole30 has helped change your life – scale not required! #NSV
Specialty Shopping Lists
For those who are on a special diet (in addition to the general Whole30 protocol).
Our standard shopping list, omitting eggs and nightshades for those sensitive individuals.
This list eliminates Whole30 foods like beef, pork, chicken broth, lard, etc. (but does include fish and butter/ghee for our pescetarian friends).
Our standard shopping list for those following a low-FODMAP diet.